This resource -- developed by the University of Minnesota Extension with the help of a broad network of contributors -- demonstrates the breadth and diversity of useful natural resources found in and around the state's woodlands and forests throughout the year. Book features information divided into seasons: Spring (maple syrup, fiddlehead ferns, yellow morels), Summer (birch bark, multiple mushroom species, wild rice), Fall (balsam boughs, tree cones & seeds, pine, dogwood and fall mushrooms) and Winter (Basswood, Chaga and firewood). Book includes basic tenets of harvesting and helpful fact sheets on each species. Provides a point of entry to the world of natural resource gathering that can be used in conjunction with other plant identification resources.
Wilsey, D.S. and J. Miedtke. 2013. Minnesota Harvester Handbook. First edition. Saint Paul, Minnesota; University of Minnesota Extension
First edition. Updated editions contains corrections and additions.
Wilsey, David; Miedtke, Julie.
Minnesota Harvester Handbook, First Edition.
University of Minnesota Extension.
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